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Author Topic: What is a Nisarg?  (Read 553 times)

Cowardly Leech

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What is a Nisarg?
« on: April 17, 2006, 12:21:31 AM »
So, what is a Nisarg?

Is it a lizard?

Is it the lizard that puffs itself up to look big, but is only full of spent air?  How does it hold so much air when making so much noise?

Could it be the lizard that spits venom since its bite is too puny to hurt?  So sad to have such a big mouth with only a weak jaw.

Does the Nisarg lizard follow bigger hunters around to eat their scraps?  When left the scrap does it dance heartily on its hind legs as if there was accomplishment?

Yes, I think the Nisarg could be the lizard, but not the pig or the leech.